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from standard police equipment that was either in officer baker's car or on one of the other officer's or he possessed it on his own. that will be determined today and should be available for release tomorrow. [inaudible] >> the criminal history i have on mr. goulet, he had been taken into custody for misdemeanor public intoxication for the last week. again, the officers were investigating misdemeanor conduct that was alleged by gou gou-- goulet. >> can you confirm -- >> you've been listening live to a press conference in santa cruz with the city's mayor, the city's police chief and the county sheriff. talking about yesterday's fatal shooting of two police officers as well as the death of the suspected gunman. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live from the newsroom with a summary of some of the new information that we've learned in the press conference. >> right. of course, this was an emotional news conference hearing from the police chief today. moments ago, we're hearing these new details from the sheriff of santa cruz county and some of them are just chilling about what happened yesterda
baker and elizabeth butler. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> investigators in santa cruz said the man accused of killing the two police officers was ready and willing to take innocent lives. we have team coverage. ktvu's robert handa is learning more about the two officers who were killed but we start with ktvu's alex savage and the new details about the suspect. alex? >> the gunman was angry and distraught. but those two santa cruz officer whose came to his house yesterday were unaware of his problems. they came tie the home down this alley way to question the shooter about a sexual assault case involving a co-worker. the two were shot to death that door step of the home. >> reporter: killed during a routine investigation. loren baker and elizabeth butler were gunned down by jeremy goulet. after shooting the officers the sheriff said he stole both of their service weapons and drove off in one of their police cars. eventually jeremy goulet was killed by
they are not surprised. >> tonight we are learning more about the officers killed. detective seargent loren baker went by the name 'butch'. the santa cruz police force. he leaves behind a wife and two daughters.and a son. for the department as a co and -- detective elizabeth butler -- a ten year veteran -- she has two young sons. police say -- sgt. loren baker, who went by the nickname butch -- a 28-year veteran of the force. leaves behined his wife -- two daughters -- and a son who works with santa cruz police as a community service officer. kron4 caught up with one man who knew baker. detective elizabeth butler -- was a 10-year veteran of the force. butler was assigned to investigations. she leaves behind her partner and two young sons, ages five and one. police chief kevin vogel worked with both butler and baker. right now -- a vigil outside the santa cruz police department. is growing. and hear from people who developing right now -- crews in san francisco working to clean up this mess. a water main break that left cars underwater in san francisco. we'll show you the stunning damage -- after the b
took their guns and stole detective baker's car. the suspect was killed during a shoot out and was found wearing body armor. >> they put their lives on the lines. they have kids. they sacrifice all for us. it is amazing and sad at the same time. >> today we low pressure to learn more details about the suspect, his criminal history and what led to the shooting. the news conference will begin in about 30 minutes. we will bring it to you live when it happens. >> thank you. we have been digging into goulet's past and have dayed on his peeping tom arrest and his military service record. the pentagon has released documents to us detailing goulet's service in the marine corps for six years. he was also with the army if three years where he flew blackhawk helicopters and was a military police officer and received several medals but he was convicted of being a peeping tom in oregon. he had other run ins with the law enforcement there. we will have continuing courage on the santa cruz officers killed. we are awaiting the 11:30 news conference by santa cruz police and we will bring it
. >> thank you, paula. i'm david baker, i'm working on 801 brannan, and moving right along here, here's our summary again, 68 foot tall, almost 43% of the units are 2 and 3 bedrooms, the 3 bedrooms are put on the ground level typically with the idea that it's more suitable for kids that can come and go easily, almost 20 thousand square foot of commercial space which is a good amount and almost an acre of open space, then in terms of the parking, we had two garages, one of them contains residential parking spaces, we're at .72 per unit, 309 spaces, there is no special restr*ishes from previous approvals for cars, then a smaller garage that is to serve a personal space for la casina people, that's 15 spaces, there's a five car share spaces. the other thing we've done is put 38 motorcycle and scooter spaces, i think that is something that's coming because it's hard to haul your electric scooter up to your apartment and we have 39 bicycle spaces, so this is the -- it shows the plan and i'll go through it. the thing -- i guess the take away is like the zinga building next door, it is a very larg
configuration. this deck c here is on baker's street and they have the lot that goes all the way back here. they have all of this. and so, they have used the wrong sand born maps and given you the wrong information and they are completely inaccurate representations of what is there. first they call out deck a. which is two doors down. and say that somehow it is larger. it certainly is not. and here is the subject site here. and here is what right next door what they have called deck b and here is two doors down, deck a. it is not larger, it does not stick out further. and then, you look at what they have termed deck b which is directly adjacent, that is a fire escape. that is not a deck. this deck here on what they called deck a, is 16 to 18 feet from the rear property line. this fire escape that they have named deck b, is 20 feet from the property line. their existing deck is currently 16 feet from the property line, but, the stairs themselves come right up to the property line about five feet. so also there is and they show the deck c, which is on baker's street. there is actually a shot
loren "butch" baker and elizabeth butler. one of their vehicles. and fled the scene. but not the neighborhood. when officers saw the suspect next, they say, he was wearing body armor. and dressed for battle. ("multiple gunshots from shootout.") (breaking glass) >> pam: goulet was killed in that gunfight. police say, he had several weapons on him. initially gone to the suspect's home. to investigate his role in a sexual assault. new at 8- we are learning about what moments before the two santa kron 4's j-r stone is live in santa cruz.he spoke with a man who may have been one of the last people to see the officers before they were shot. >> reporter: they have such critics things to say about this officer if you're if flowers come minos, candles in memory of those two officers. his >> i was the last person to speak with them. the detectives for four there were guns this down and killed outside this house. the officers thought that he could have been the suspect were somehow connected sphere to them always looking away and they say you, stop! and i was wearing a red shir
baker and detective elizabeth butler remembered as courageous public servants. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. a confrontation accused of a man wanted for sexual assault took a turn when he opened fire on the officers killing them. this is video minutes after the tragedy. we have team coverage tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before. you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a community officer i work closely wit
lauren butch baker and detective elizabeth butler remembered as courageous public servants. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. a confrontation accused of a man wanted for sexual assault took a turn when he opened fire on the officers killing them. this is video minutes after the tragedy. we have team coverage tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before.ow that you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a communityficer .
. detective sergeant butch baker and his colleague, elizabeth but her lost their lives on tuesday when they responded to the home. they were met with gunfire. the officers were killed. we were overhead minutes later. half an hour later the 35-year-old suspect was spotted and chased by police. he was shot and killed during the pursuit. police chief says his department now is coming to grip with the tragedy. >> there are not words to describe how i feel personally about there and how my department is reacting to this horrific tragedy. >> the chaplains are counseling fellow officers today and through the week while a growing memorial of candles, thousand worries, cards, and prayers now adorn the courtyards of the police headquarters. officers were well-known by many in the community not only folks who protected the community but they were friends to many who lived here. a police news conference is scheduled for 11:30 this morning and we hope to learn more details about this tragedy then. >> we are learning more about the officers killed and the gunman's troubled past, both were veterans o
baker and elizabeth butler were the first officers killed in the line of duty in the department history. this has never happened before. we are learning more about how the officers died and about the man who took their lives. >> the two officers detective lauren butch baker, a 28 year veteran and elizabeth butler who worked here for a decade. they were killed by 35-year-old jeremy goulet who had been convicted five years ago in portland on sex and gun charges. he had been killed during yesterday's shootout. the deadly confrontation started in one of the bungalows on the 800 block. the two detectives went to his address to investigate a possible sexual assault. goulet was fired as a barista at the kind grind coffee shop after he reportedly broke into a coworker's home friday night and made sexual advances toward her. >> i heard the female officer yelled stop. >> jesse limits may have been the last person to see baker and butler. he was walking in front of the bungalow as they approached it. >> apparently they considered me a suspect. they thought i had been holding up in the house with t
was confronted by sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler when they came to branciforte avenue as part of an investigation and jesse was walking nearby. >> i don't know what they were thinking. but they were insistent that i identify myself and make sure i was not the one they were looking for or that i was not involved in whatever was going on. >> reporter: when he convinced them -- >> he shook my hand and said you can understand why we're so defensive out here. we have a job. >> reporter: they were apparently looking for this man, 35-year-old jeremy goulet. and when they found him, investigators say goulet shot the two officers death. >> when i heard the gunfire, i just assumed it was the officers who were taking out the suspect, knows the other way around. >> reporter: goulet took off and law enforcement swarmed the scene. he was found a half hour later at this property on doyle street. >> the shooter must have jumped over the fence. i saw him coming down here and down the path and then another round of bullets.
in the history of the santa cruz police department. sargeant loweren butch baker was nearing retirement. he leaves behind a wife two, daughters and a son who is a community service officer with the department right now. sargeant baker helped train the current police chief. >> he was a remarkable investigator, had an appetite to find the truth and i would go as far as to say he was the most-skilled investigator with my police department. we're going to miss him. >> detective butler had been with the police department 10 years. the chief says she found her niche in the investigation of sexual assault cases. >> i would consider elizabeth to be a friend. she leaves behind her partner, peter and two young boys. the boys are five and one. >> governor jerry brownish you'd a statement honoring the fallen officers sayingá?zíw quoe it is with deep sadness we honor the bravery of the officers who were killed tuesday. our condolences going to their families, the police department and community as we mourn these tragic deaths. the governor ordered flags lowered to half staff in their memory. >> abc 7
out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a community officer i work closely with. elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborah elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from the neighbors. what can we do? how can we help? we need to talk. >> this was the best way we felt that the community can come together. no speeches. no nothing. just come and be with each other, write your thoughts down. >> i don't know what to do. it is like i am jittery. i am just messed up. >> we are part of such a small community. nothing like this has ever happened before. these officers have been part of this community for such a longtime and it is important to be strong and be one as we go through this. >> night and day person after person after person brought candles, flowers or a handwritten note. a
here still shell shocked by what has happened. detective sergeant butch baker and elizabeth butler died and more details are surfacing. a cell phone video had captured the chaos and deceives had gone to the home of 45-year-old jeremy ghoul lay and he shot and killed the officers on his door step. we spoke to somebody who knew him well. >> a lot of people looked up to sergeant baker for his experience. >> reporter: ghoul lay was found wearing body armor and it may have come from the two fallen officers. coming up, we should start to see police trickle in here for a lineup and we'll see if any of them are willing to talk with us this morning. ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> santa cruz police have set up two funds for those fallen officers and one is at the bay credit union and they can be made out to the police association. the second is at wells fargo bank they have established the baker fund. tragedy continues here both on the air and on line. stay with us all morning and we will have updates from outside police headquarters and you can always get updates on ktvu channel 2 morning news
you very much. >> thank you, mr. baker. >> okay. opening it up for public comment. celiashumen. >> [inaudible] hester, these are two different case numbers, i wish you could do more than three minutes for the public because we have to speak to two projects, and you acknowledge the difficulty by giving more time to the project sponsor. two projects totally. >> commissioners, this item was called up, both of these items were called up together. it has been your practice to allow three minutes for each speaker. it is the pleasure of the commission chair to change that. >> let's stay with three minutes, i have two speaker cards here, if there's not an overwhelming amount of people, we can revisit that. (calling speaker names). >> hi, thank you, good afternoon, my name is seal yeah shoe m*n and i am here on behalf of the owner of 1rhode island street, we are a property that is diagonal to the 1 henry adams street project. we're happy to see that parcel being developed, it will be a good thing for the area but we do have some concerns particularly with regard to the height of the bui
to you about the 1 henry adams project and then hand it over to david baker who will talk about 801 brannan, thank you. >> president fong, commissioners, members of the public, thank you very much for having us here today. can we move to the screen, please. >> and could you also state your name? >> my name is paula krugmyer. we have a collaboration on this project with john warden, our associates and also miller company landscape architects. with regard to the project data, i think you've all seen this, i think the point here on this slide is that the open space that we're providing is nearly double that of -- of what is required in the eastern neighborhoods plan. with regard to the location, the context is largely very large buildings and i think the main point here in the interest of time is that we are providing housing in -- that is in very close proximity now to jobs and this is something that we couldn't necessarily have said 10 years ago but it's an important aspect of the development as a residential and mixed use development today. in addition, there are residential, other
-- deceased officers are detective sergeant lauren baker and his colleague, detective elizabeth butler. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. it started late this afternoon when the officers responded to a home and were met with gunfire. >> we have team coverage with abc7 news reporter alan wang on a department absolutely in mourning. >> we begin with lisa amin gulezian with the latest on the investigation. lisa? >> reporter: carolyn, the crime scene tape is still up, and a very large police presence will remain here through the night. the sheriff's department meantime has taken over the investigation. it is trying to piece together what happened. from the street you can see confusion and fear and chaos all along santa cruz. and from up above, sky 7hd zeroed in so one house on this busy street. it belongs to jeremy gulet. they will not say why two police detectives came to his house at 3:30 this afternoon. but as soon as they arrived things turned deadly. >> an altercation ensued between the detectives and mr. gulet. both detectives were killed at that scene. >> reporter: once back
. >> butch baker was with the department 28 years and leave as wife, two daughters and a son would works for the santa cruz police department. the detective elizabeth butler was a 10-year veteran of the force and leaves behind her partner, peter, and two young sons. >> the dark of the day in the history of santa cruz police department. the police department posted this on facebook page, we appreciate all your love and support during this difficult time and we are one family and one community. thank you for standing with us. more than 150 people have posted condolences. if you wrote like to share a message you can do so on our facebook page. >> had have been three other murders so far this year in santa cruz county. on january 18, an 18-year-old man was shot to death in watsonville. no arrests have been made. on february 9, three were arrested for shooting outside a bar in santa cruz. on february 15, an 18-year-old man was shot several times at a girl's soccer game at watsonville high school. the search continues for a suspect. we will have continuing coverage of the santa cruz police sho
and the scene is not secure. >> the two victims were santa cruz police officers. butch baker and elizabeth butler. he shot and killed the officers on his doorstop. >> we don't respond with officers down. it's one we never want to go to. >> to 15 minutes later, firefighters were caught in the line of fire. police officers and sheriffs deputies locked in a firefight on doyle street. >> that's where the truck company was nearby. >> firefighters hit the deck as bullets flew. one tackled a woman to the ground to shield her with his body. >> the firefighter who did this heroic act did it selflessly to protect them. that's what we are here for. >> the gunfire stopped and he was dead. firefighters noticed four bullets hit their truck. >> we're put ourselves at risk to save and protect the community and that's what we try to do the best job we can. >> they are dealing with emotions the day after, it's very tough. >> can't say enough of our thoughts and prayers and empathy to the officers and their families. both well-known in the community and with us. >> there were seven firefighters in the area w
will be truly missed by many. santa cruz police officer loran baker seen here. was a well respected 28 year >> and other officers a visibly distraught police chief ken vogel talked about his former partner on the force. >> i had a special relationship with butch. partners in the early 90s. only coworker but friend. >> reporter: baker during his tenure was also a training officer. he was promoted to sergent in investigations. the chief added that in addition to making a significant impact on the department. professional, personally he wasy also proud about the fact his son entered law >> he leaves behind kelly his wife, his son adam who is a community officer in department plus daughters gillian and ashley. >> reporter: elizabeth butler. butler had worked for the santa cruz police department for 10 years, this after attending university of santa cruz while majoring in community services. she grew up in torrence california. on facebook, friends spoke glowingly of her. one wrote, beth was so wonderful. she did so much good fro her community. such a truly great person. butler leaves behind he
to leave flowers at the memorial that is growing in front of the police department for sergeant baker and butler. the veteran officers were shot and killed on tuesday afternoon when they were investigating a sexual assault case involving the suspect goulet. cell phone video captured the chaos. he killed the officers at his doorstep, stole their weapons and fled. >> he suddenly surprised the officers, produced a weapon and shot and killed them within seconds. he did that with his own .45 caliber handgun. it was registered to him. we know that the detectives had no chance to protect themselves or return fire now, another detail that the sheriff revealed is they found goulet had his own passport and a plane ticket to new mexico scheduled later this week on him. they're in the process of investigating what his plans were. authorities also told us that he was wearing sergeant baker's body armor when he was shot by officers. all of this is disturbing for the community and fellow officers to hear. >> butch and i started together in '85. he was just before me. i started here in santa cruz in
. one of them is a gentleman named edward baker, a friend of him. the other one is a gentleman named john hardin. they had similar qualifications to lincoln. they are all about the same age. they are all three lawyers and members of the illinois legislature. they all have similar qualifications. so the first hurdle he has to get over is the county convention. his home county, they are going to nominate delegates to districtwide congressional meeting where the nominees are going to be chosen. now, illinois is a very heavily democratic state at this time. if you are an ambitious person in illinois compass was your only congressional district is hoped hope to move on. you're not going to get elected governor, chosen for the legislature, if you are an upwardly mobile raid in 1843, this was your shot. and so lincoln was at this convention and unfortunately it doesn't go as he planned. he throws in the towel around noon. at least one of the newspapers reported that if he had hung in there until nightfall, his reporters would have showed up earlier in the day. as it stands, lincoln ends up
a suspect. the police officers who were killed are detective lauren butch baker and detective elizabeth butler. they are the first officers killed in the line of duty in the long history of the santa cruz police department. we have team coverage for you right now. ktvu janine de la vega is busy getting community reaction to what happened. but we will start with tara moriarty. >> reporter: a lot of somber voices and heavy hearts this morning for these two fallen officers. the santa cruz a very tight nit community. the news has rippled through this community. now behind me here is where the suspect lives. this is where officers say the two officers were gunned down. they have already cleared the scene here. the investigation wrapped up. the residents no word if they are back in their homes. they were forced out yesterday while the investigation was under way. detective sergeant lauren butch baker was a 28 year veteran of the department. detective elizabeth butler was a ten year veteran. both were killed during a confrontation. about a mile from the beach. this is video we got in of two ca
only one elevator. for a straight report we are joined now by joaney baker a passenger aboard >> how are you feeling right now? >> i'm excited i'm in the middle of departation i'm excited to get off this boat. >> what will you remember from this journey. >> i will remember that leadership needs to be organized and sanitation should be top priority in any eemergency and you need a contingency plan with a large number of people. i was cheerful at times, i've never had to fear for my life and that first night the boat was tilt ed so we were close to the water. i was really scared. my roommates and i slept with our lifevests. when you are face wednesday thatha face wednesday th faced with that. you become fearful. >> that was the first night you were tossed by the violent seas and that had to be frightening. >> we did not know anything at all. there had been an explosion. they kept telling us that it was too hot. >> they were able to get in and assess the situation. many of us feel that perhaps they couldn't get in because maybe the fire was still burning and they were waiting. but we fe
with the department tells us that they just need more time to cope with the deaths of sergeant lauren baker and detective elizabeth butler. chp will continue to cover their patrols for the next 24 hours. a lot of people, as you can see, have been dropping off flowers, paying their respects at the santa cruz police department. >> i hope the officers, men and women know how much we care about them and appreciate their work. and we're so sorry that they've lost some dear people to their team and a loss to the community. >> reporter: and mourners have left flowers on the front porch of the suspect's home, the very spot where officers baker and butler were shot and killed tuesday afternoon by jeremy goulet. his father says his 35-year-old son was a ticking time bomb who vowed never to go back to jail. the officers were visiting goulet's home to investigate a complaint that he'd twice broken into a woman's house. the officers had no warning he was a threat. after their murders, goulet texted his brother, i'm in big trouble, i love you. and you can hear in this video that law enforcement shot at g
and men don't want to be him. it is bill schulz. and next to me is mike baker, the former cia operative and president of diligence. diligence, when a drone is an up close and personal, think diligence. diligence, making the world a better place for the people who pay us. >> well, it was as talky as it was clapy. that's what they said about the state of the union. it got off to a weird start. >> mr. speaker, the president of the united states. >> and then president obama spoke for what seemed like 59 minutes and 51 seconds laying out his agenda including raising the minimum wage and increasing infrastructure and attacking climate change and pushing for an "entourage" sequel. let it go. but then it seemed like he was throwing out ideas on the fly. >> we must do more to combat climate change. that idea is even worse. i propose a fix it first program to put people to work as soon as possible on our most urgent repairs. that idea is even worse. i asked congress to change the higher education act so affordability and value are included in determining which colleges receive certain types of fe
. it has begun here at the police headquarters for detective sergeant baker and his colleague, detective elizabeth butler. it began on tuesday when officers responded to the home on north branciforte. the officers were killed. an hour later, the suspect was spotted and chased by police. he was shot and killed during the pursuit. this community deals with the loss, the police chief is coming to grips with the unspeakable tragedy. >> there are not words to describe how i feel personally about there and how my department is reacting to this horrific tragedy. >> in santa cruz you are one degree of separation from knowing someone who is in the spotlight or who has been a victim of tragedy. >> there are several schools in the area that were put on lockdown for quite a while yesterday after the shooting, terrified parents waited for word their kids. in the end, everyone was shaken but they were okay. >> the evidence technicians continue to comb for any evidence in the case following the death of the two police officers. the police chaplains will be on duty today, counseling all of the officers
baker was a 28 year veteran with the police department. . detective elizabeth butler was a ten year police veteran. they were killed yesterday afternoon about a home a mile the o officers went there to question a violent suspect when the man opened fire and killed them. the police chief was grief stricken. he identified the two fallen officers during a very emotional news conference last night. >> thanks to every member of our community who's reached out over this tragic situation. and offered their condolences and support in the loss of my two officers today. this is the darkest day in the history of the santa cruz police department. >> swat teams immediately closed off the entire neighborhood. they locked down three schools. they did track down the suspect around the corner 30 minutes after the two officers were killed. police then killed that suspect in a barrage of gunfire. last night police identified the suspect as jeremy goulet. they arrested him on friday on disorderly conduct charge but he was released after making bail. he was reportedly fired from his job at a santa cruz
and prayers about the two courageous officers, detective sergeant particularren butch baker and elizabeth butter who were ambushed and killed by a man accused of sexual assault. we are learning more information of the terrifying moments after the shooting, the scene on tuesday shows a fire truck responding to the call for help moments after that happened, the shooter goulet returned to the area and fired at officers and firefighters helped the citizens take cover and shield add woman on the ground. the firefighter who did this heroic act did itselflessly to protect them. that is what we are here for, the heroic efforts of the officers that went this to do their job and lost their lives. they the heroes. >> we are learning the suspect goulet wore body armored and fired at officers at his home. he took their guns and stole sergeant baker's car and would later be killed in a gunfight with police. we were here yesterday with a few flowers and cards and you can see how much the memorial has green if the last 24 hours. santa cruz police officers returned to work today after taking yesterday to
're not baker and book "ella the black freedom movement," for young people perhaps were not born before al baker died in 1986, if you could just give us a thumbnail sketch of her significance and her public life for the civil-rights movement? >> socom ella baker was really active from the 1930's on. she is active in harlem in the 1930's and the like corporate of movement, critical of capitalism and looking for alternatives. she cast her net widely in terms of the people she worked with. in the 1940's, she was an organizer for the nacp. surely travel through ku klux klan territory in difficult circumstances to organize membership for her group. her approach was not just to hand out membership cards. she wanted people to own the organization, to hold a leadership accountable. she wanted to set up structures in that organization so people, particularly people without credentials, with our resources, without prestige, it would be able to land leadership and direction and their voices would be heard. so she both in principle but also in practice fought for a very democratic form of organization in th
windshield. loren baker and elizabeth butler were both killed during a confrontation yesterday afternoon about a mile from the beach on branciforte avenue. they were doing a followup investigation on a sexual assault suspect when the man opened fire and killed them. the police chief called yesterday a horrific tragedy. >> thanks to every member of the community who has reached out over this tragedy and offered condolences and support in the loss of my two officers today, this is the darkest day in the history of the santa cruz police department. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. teams closed off the neighborhood and locked down three schools. they tracked down the suspect around the corner on doyle street, 30 minutes after the officers were killed. officers then killed him under a barrage of bullets. police say the suspect is 35- year-old jeremy goulet. they arrested him on friday on a disorderly charge. he was released after posting bail. authorities say he was recently fired from his job at a dofffy shop after breaking into a coworker's home and making inappropriate advances for her. now, the sher
. sheriff deputies say a fight broke out and jeremy goulet killed loran baker and elizabeth baker on his doorstep. he fled the scene in the unmarked vehicle of the officers. investigators say the two officers had no idea what they were dealing with. >> i never knew anybody at the police department as close as i did butch baker. i'm really glad i knew him. he added so much to the community and the police department. >> reporter: when law enforcement found jeremy goulet a half-hour later, he was pinned against a garage on doyle street. they say jeremy goulet opened fire on everyone and police sent fire back on him, killing a him. a firefighter tackled and shielded a woman on the ground while the rest of the crew got bystanders out of the way. at least four bullets flew overhead and struck the ladder shock. investigators say the suspect was wearing body armor and carrying guns. they believe that body armor came from the detectives. you can understand what a difficult and emotional day that will be for everyone involved. taliban, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:03. santa cruz police have set up t
. baker's design, at 801 brannan, i am a little concerned with some of the areas that face the street are quite well done, i will not call it a flat iron, it is more like a flat wood or paneling, but it has the same effect because it is rounded on the corner and that is a nice treatment there. i like your pleated section, those are nicely done and the balcony are in set in the unit as opposed to what is shown on pages, a1, 14, a115 and a3.2, the brannan commercial and market news they have the stark white siding and i am not sure what attorney it is and a lot of appendages sticking out of them and i don't like that part of the design and i would ask the staff to continue to work with mr. baker to try to make that a little bit richer. if you open your things to 1 a 1.15, you can really see what this look like and they detract from the building a lot. even though some of the lower spaces have the wood. either a little bit more wood or wood simulation or masonry will make it a lot richer. on the other project, the bar project, i think that the best looking area there is the one that is g
of the film, dwight henry," a baker, who accidentally ended up in the film that won at the sundance film festival. that is coming up, right now. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it is the cornerstone we all know. it is not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make everyday better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station by viewers like you. thank you. tavis: the likelihood of dwight henry starring in a critically acclaimed film an award-winning movie could not have been more remote. the small-business owner and new orleans residents not only survived katrina, but they became one of the first businesses to reopen after the storm. the directors of "beast of the southern wild" asked him to star in their movie, and he said no, and now, dwight henry is one of the stars of the film. here are now some scenes of "beast of the southern wild." ♪ tavis: so the first question is, who is baking the good stuff? who is baking cookies when you are going out on tour, talking about your film? >> i have two partners who are
. police say -- sgt. loren butch baker and detective elizabeth butler were shot and killed as they followed up on a sexual assault investigation tuesday. and elizabeth butler. kron4's j-r stone is live out in santa cruz. where crime scene. j-r, what's the latest? >> reporter: pam, you said it right, is an active crime seem it is still an active crime scene. what was still a very tragic day. officers with guns drawn in santa cruz this is video from our helicopter parts issue with abc seven. this left three people dead. both officers were conducting an investigation. of a suspect's home >> this altercation ensued. both detectives were killed and at that scene. >> reporter: they are referring to the 35 year-old suspect. he is the lead to a opened fire and killing detectives elizabeth butler and if loren butch baker. >> a neighborhood search was conducted but the only suspect that we have learned has been shot dead. this is one of the darkest days in the santa cruz police force. the police chief spoke. >> the up tthe two of our most beloved officers have been shot and it has rocked our communit
to mourn their death a memorial has begun at police headquarters for detective sergeant baker and his colleague, detective his bet butler. the officers responded to a home and were met with gun officer. they were killed. a half hour later, the suspect was spotted and chased by police. >> a chase ensued. gunfire was exchanged between goulet and a team of sheriff deputies and santa cruz police officers. the suspect was killed at the scene. >> right now it is a time to connect and support one other and listening and talking trying to set a tone for the next few days and weeks. >> the police chaplains comforting the families who are grieving, schools were put on lockdown for a short time following the shooting and the pursuit of the suspect. terrified parents waited for word about their kids. schools were opened and parents finally allowed to pick their kids up. live at the scene, the search continues if more evidence here on north branciforte avenue where the detectives lost their lives. they are using a hook-and-ladder to light the scene and map the crime scene of exactly the details of
didn't know them personally but i love santa cruz police department. >> butch baker was with the department 28 years and leave as wife, two daughters and a son would works for the santa cruz police department. the detective elizabeth butler was a 10-year veteran of the force and leaves behind her partner, peter, and two young sons. >> the dark of the day in the history of santa cruz police department. the police department posted this on facebook page, we appreciate all your love and support during this difficult time and we are one family and one community. thank you for standing with us. more than 150 people have posted condolences. if you wrote like to share a message you can do so on our facebook page. >> had have been three other murders so far this year in santa cruz county. on january 18, an 18-year-old man was shot to death in watsonville. no arrests have been made. on february 9, three were arrested for shooting outside a bar in santa cruz. on february 15, an 18-year-old man was shot several times at a girl's soccer game at watsonville high school. the searc
to sargeant loweren butch baker. they've known each other most of their careers. >> i considered butch not only my co-worker but my mentor, my friend. >> sargeant baker spent 28 years on the police department, several as a field training officer. chief voguela%9ç credited him wh helping shape the current department. detective butler was a 10 year veteran of the force a graduate of uc santa cruz. a student of michael rod kin. type of police officers people that are all about arrests and physical violence. and sufficient she's quite a soft spoken, reasonable person. >> butler's sister shared family pictures she was from southern california leaving behind a husband and two children. rod kin said itça was unusual for a student to become a police officer. >> idea of police to make a difference in the community communicating with people. they she had a community policing aattitude towards it. >> the small police department is realing from the loss. to help supplement police service the sheriff's department are pitching in. >> we have as many police officers patrolling today as we did yeste
. >> it's just terrible. >> reporter: p kevin vogel struggled as he spoke with sergeant baker with whom he shared nearly three decades. >> he was my mentor and my friend. >> reporter: sergeant baker and the chief started around the same time and were partners for awhile. detective butler who was a southern california native had a knack for police work and a young family. >> elizabeth leaves her partner peter, and her two boys. who are five and one. >> the streets are protected by officers from the sheriff's department and the chp, santa cruz pd will begin to return to work tomorrow. in the meantime, some of the officers the people protected will send messages to the department and their families sdplp we love them, and we honor their loved ones that died. and that we're there for them in spirit, and in prayer. >> the take back santa cruz vigil that was planned for here has been moved to the nelson community center down the street. that is expected to last until 8:00. there is also a prayer service that is planned for scotts valley. that is at st. philly e p-- phip episcopal church. >>> now
to do anything to help. >> reporter: baker was the city's most experienced investigator. his daughter ashley remembered their last conversation. >> my dad told me how smart i was and how proud he was of me. [ crying ] >> and that -- and just the things he thought about me. he just made me feel so good. >> reporter: and santa cruz police officers could return to duty as soon as tomorrow. they have been told to take their time. >>> a santa cruz fire crew got caught in the crossfire as they headed to help the officers. as bullets struck their truck, the firefighters jumped into action to protect people passing by. some even used their own bodies to shield witnesses from the gun fire. no firefighters or bystanders were hurt. >>> police officers today told us about their fallen colleagues. lauren butch baker was a 28-year veteran of the santa cruz police department. elizabeth butler worked patrol, narcotics, and became a detective working in sexual assaults. she was the mother of two young boys. >> we're having a tough time with. this we've never experienced anything like this. >> i was at
and the department. detective sergeant lore an butch baker was a 28-year veteran of the police force it's of baker 2 years ago. he leaves behind a wife, 2 daughters and a son. >> we're having a tough time with this. we have never experienced anything like this in my career. >> santa cruise police officers were all given the day off to grief. the city of being patrolled by the sheriff's office. >>> at the nelson community center in santa cruise, a vigil is underway. she's also been looking into prior workplace issues involving the gunman. >> reporter: it's going until 8:00. it's going to give hundreds in this community a time to gather together and mourn there loss. >> fbi investigators spent the day may being a crime scene like any the city of santa cruise has ever seen. >> like 5, 6 shots. >>> james cooper got out his cell phone and started recording. >> cooper didn't know the gravity of what was happening outside his front door, didn't know 2 santa cruise police officers were shot and killed but he did know it was something big. >> then i saw all the police officers coming from every direction, hi
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